The Taurus is just one of the car types that we are now able to support by acquiring good condition preowned motor blocks
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) August 04, 2015
The experiments with different technologies for V6 motors between 1987 and 1997 at the Ford Motor Company helped to produce the Vulcan and Ecoboost motor blocks. The LocateCarParts.com company has just acquired used Ford Taurus 3.0L engines through its acquisitions department to provide consumers with preowned inventory for sale at http://locatecarparts.com/used-ford-taurus-3-0-engine.
The Vulcan and Ecoboost blocks in 3.0-liter displacement that are being made available this year have been purchased from new auto parts suppliers. Junk yards and car dismantlers located in the United States have been tapped to acquire this inventory. Consumers will be able to choose between different VIN numbers when exploring the used blocks that are now in stock.
"The Taurus is just one of the car types that we are now able to support by acquiring good condition preowned motor blocks," one seller at the LocateCarParts.com website said.
The Vulcan V6 motors that are available in 3.5-liter size will be shipped out upon order completion with a standard policy for warranty protection. Because there are now multiple suppliers taking care of the order deliveries, the term of each policy could be different depending on the age of the blocks.
"High mileage is one of the things that consumers review closely before buying a used edition, and we are now capable of providing variety in warranty terms," said the seller.
The Locate Car Parts company website can now be accessed directly by Android enabled smartphones or iOS devices. A new programming phase has been completed that allows price research and price quotations to be obtained using the LCP website.
The LocateCarParts.com company is one web resource to find and purchase preowned OEM vehicle parts direct from salvage companies in the United States. The company offers the public access to its search tools at no cost. The LocateCarParts.com company has changed its customer policies this year, and it now chooses to work with distributors that support long-term parts warranties.